Tonight’s sandwiches were DQ tenderloins. 🤷♀️ I had a retirement dinner after work and went with easy.
Washing the dusty windows.
The clouds blocked the view of the moonrise. 😡
However, the west sky had fleeting vivid colors.
No filters needed to enhance the fabulous scenery. Enjoy the beauty outside, friends!
Beautiful sights today! Had a little rain during the night. Just a dust settling rain.
The sky was full of colors this evening. Love fall in the country!
Field meals were hot ham and cheese sandwiches with brownies.
The Harvest Moon is on the horizon this week. Tonight it was playing peek-a-boo with the clouds.
Soak up some fall and watch for the moon this week, my friends!
It was a wonderfully busy day, that started out gray, but quickly improved to autumn gorgeousness.
Clint worked near the house, which was so nice! I could walk out to the field to ride along and see the house from his view.
My neighbor shared their fun pumpkins and apple cider slushie and I shared Monster cookies.
Supper was a new recipe – Hawaiian beef sliders. Easy to wrap and take to the field.
Now, here we are and it’s Sunday morning! We are off to church. Keep the faith, my friends!
Machines are ready …. but crops just aren’t totally there. Clint found some beans that were “close enough!” He also ran his phone through the combine. Combine 1 – Phone 0.
When it’s go time, it’s hard for a farmer not to go!
And so he went until they got too damp & tough.
I grilled cheeseburgers tonight. I ate the one I dropped as I removed it from the grill. 🤦♀️ This farmer’s wife is happy it’s Friday! I need a couple of days out of the office and to be home.
I’m wishing you a happy weekend! Until tomorrow.
I worked later, picked up some parts, and got home in time to help shuttle to trucks. The bin was full and nothing else ready.
The mornings have been soft with hazy fog.
Tonight, I grilled porkburgers and took in another fabulous sunset.
I was being closely watched in case I dropped one …
Work hard, eat well, my friends! Until tomorrow!
Busy day of hard work. Worked a few hours at my job, then helped move Clint’s daughter to St Louis. Only pics are from yesterday of a hawk on sentry. They like to scout where the corn has been picked.
Sleep well, friends! I’ll be hoping my back forgives me tomorrow!
My neighbor captured the sun setting behind our farm. I love it!
Friends, I wish you a good night’s rest and motivation for Monday.
It isn’t pedal-to-the metal – yet! More of a testing-the-equipment run.
There is no mistaking the summer greens are shifting to autumn’s golds.
Last night’s sunset was the finishing touch of a wonderful day. I hope you enjoy God’s beauty this Sunday, my friends!